CLE: Legal Strategies for School Integration

Watch this video, complete the written materials, and receive Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit! 

Webinar & Materials

More than 60 years since Brown vs. Board of Education, segregation in public schools persists in many forms, including school discipline, distance learning, and in services for students with disabilities and English Language Learners. On December 2, our Leadership for Educational Equity legal community brought together legal experts and LEE members to discuss legal strategies for working toward school integration.

You can find the complete recording of the 90-minute webinar linked above, as well as the accompanying written materials.

CLE Credit

If you would like to apply for CLE credit after listening, please complete the Course Evaluation and Attorney Affirmation Forms and return them to CLE@educationalequity.org. Upon confirmation of attendance, a New York CLE Certificate of Attendance will be issued to you. You may use this certificate to apply for CLE credit in other jurisdictions.

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